Tanzania Concerned As 80,000 Tonnes of Sugar Remain in Warehouses

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Licenced importers have been unable to sell 80,000 tonnes of sugar imported for domestic consumption between March and June this year due to the presence of smuggled sugar in the market.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Licenced importers have been unable to sell 80,000 tonnes of sugar imported for domestic consumption between March and June this year due to the presence of smuggled sugar in the market.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

What Tanzania Needs to Do to Boost Sunflower Farming

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Sunflower stakeholders say poor technologies and sunflower seeds are affecting production and processing of the crop which produces cooking oil and animal food.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Sunflower stakeholders say poor technologies and sunflower seeds are affecting production and processing of the crop which produces cooking oil and animal food.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Editorial – Review of NGOs Policy Timely and Propitious

[Citizen] The news that the government is reviewing its policy on non-governmental organisations (NGOs) is as timely as it is propitious. This is basically in the sense that such a review was long-overdue. Undertaking it is opportune because Tanzania n…

[Citizen] The news that the government is reviewing its policy on non-governmental organisations (NGOs) is as timely as it is propitious. This is basically in the sense that such a review was long-overdue. Undertaking it is opportune because Tanzania needs abreast of global changes in the management of such powerful bodies.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Cash Crisis – Students Get Results

[Swazi Media] Students at the University of Swaziland (UNISWA) who have completed their exams have been given their results despite a report they had been withheld because the government had not paid their tuition fees.

[Swazi Media] Students at the University of Swaziland (UNISWA) who have completed their exams have been given their results despite a report they had been withheld because the government had not paid their tuition fees.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

UN Security Council Cannot Ignore New Crimes in South Sudan

[HRW] “How can I forget the sight of an old man whose throat was slit with a knife before being set afire?” a 14-year-old girl was quoted as saying in a new United Nations report, laying bare the suffering of South Sudan’s civilians at the hands their …

[HRW] "How can I forget the sight of an old man whose throat was slit with a knife before being set afire?" a 14-year-old girl was quoted as saying in a new United Nations report, laying bare the suffering of South Sudan's civilians at the hands their own government.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

UK Updates Travel Advisory With Warning About Durban ‘Explosives’

[News24Wire] The UK government has issued a warning to its citizens travelling to Durban to be aware of suspicious devices or packages, after several suspected incendiary devices were found around the city over the past few days.

[News24Wire] The UK government has issued a warning to its citizens travelling to Durban to be aware of suspicious devices or packages, after several suspected incendiary devices were found around the city over the past few days.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa